Community Health Officer job vacancies in National Health Mission (NHM) Maharashtra
Eligibility : Bachelors in Ayurvedic Medicine. Bachelors in Unani Medicine. Bachelors in Nursing Candidates with above mentioned degrees from a recognized university supported by a valid registration from Maharashtra Council of Indian Medicine/Maharas htra Nursing council are eligible.
Remuneration : Candidates selected as trainee will be paid a stipend of Rs. 10,000/- per month during the Certificate Programme. After appointment at Sub-Centre, CHO will be paid Base Salary of Rs. 25,000/- per month consolidated + Performance based incentive upto Rs.15000/- as decided by government norms.
Application Fee : The fees for application form is Rs. 100/- for reserved category and Rs.150/- for candidate in Open category. The fees has to be paid through Demand draft of Nationalised bank drawn in favour of respective Deputy Director of Health Services (DDHS)
Selection Process : Selection of candidate for Certificate Programme in Community Health will be done through an entrance examination that will be conducted by National Health Mission, Maharashtra. Entrance Exam-The Entrance exam will be conducted on 21st July 2019 between 11 am to 1 pmin selected exam centres at the level of Deputy Director, Health Services.
Place of Posting : Sub centers in districts-
How To Apply ForCommunity Health Officer job vacancies in National Health Mission (NHM) Maharashtra
Interested candidates are requested to apply in the enclosed application form and submit the completed application form with one set of self-attested photocopies of essential documents and Demand draft at office of Deputy Director of Health Services (DDHS) for respective districts as per choice of district of appointment on or before 5.30 pm on 01.07.2019 by post/ by hand/ by courier.
DDHS, Thane - Thane, Raigad & Palghar;
DDHS, Nashik - Nashik, Nandurbar, Jalgaon & Ahmadnagar;
DDHS, Pune - Pune & Satara;
DDHS, Kolhapur – Sindhudurg Sangli;
DDHS, Latur - Latur, Osmanabad & Nanded;
DDHS, Akola - Amarawati & Yawatmal;
DDHS, Nagpur - Nagpur, Wardha, Bhandara, Gondia, Chandrapur & Gadchiroli
The Government of India has launched NRHM on 12th April 2005; with objective to provide integrated comprehensive and effective primary health care to the under privileged and vulnerable sections of the society especially women and children by improving access, availability and quality of public health services.